I listened to a song by Delbert McClinton the other day and a line went, “I used to worry about things like that.” His song made a wonderful point, most of the things we worry about, don’t really matter much in the long run. I think I’ll do a self inventory and see what things I’m thinking about that I can put on the shelf.
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